Archive for the ‘Ex Parte’ Category

Lawless America: Kathie Seidel and Greg Seidel

February 24, 2013


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TN: Complaints Lead to Suggested Changes in Conservatorship Law

January 23, 2013

The Tennessee Bar Association has approved a series of recommended changes in the state law governing conservatorships including first time procedures to place a person in a conservatorship on an emergency basis without notice.

The recommendations, approved over the weekend by the association’s board of governors, will be forwarded to legislative leaders within the next few weeks, said Allan F. Ramsaur, executive director of the association.

In addition to establishing the emergency placement process, the 16 recommended changes in the law clarify the role of court appointed attorneys, known as “guardian ad litems,” assigned to investigate the need for a conservatorship and report back to the court with a recommendation.

The Tennessee Bar Association has approved a series of recommended changes in the state law governing conservatorships including first time procedures to place a person in a conservatorship on an emergency basis without notice.

The recommendations, approved over the weekend by the association’s board of governors, will be forwarded to legislative leaders within the next few weeks, said Allan F. Ramsaur, executive director of the association.

In addition to establishing the emergency placement process, the 16 recommended changes in the law clarify the role of court appointed attorneys, known as “guardian ad litems,” assigned to investigate the need for a conservatorship and report back to the court with a recommendation.

The proposal would require that the person being placed in the conservatorship be given notice within 48 hours and that a hearing be held within five days. The emergency appointment would be for a maximum of 60 days.

“The existing law does not have enough specificity,” [Jacson Attorney Pamela] Wright said, adding that the changes would give more protections to those being placed in a conservatorship.
Among those changes, she said, was to make it easier for a person placed in a conservatorship to appeal and get separate legal representation..

Other changes proposed include a requirement that the order creating a conservatorship include the specific rights that are being taken away and also any rights that are being retained. Another change would require that a conservator file more frequent financial reports, including one at the end of the first six months of the conservatorship.

Last year the General Assembly approved two changes in the conservatorship law. One requires that a proposed conservator disclose whether he or she has a criminal record. The other requires the proposed conservator to disclose his or her relationship with the person being conserved.

Tinnon, who now lives in public housing a few blocks from the house that was auctioned off to pay bills while she was in a conservatorship, said she was not aware of the recommendations but had one question.

“If they change it (the law) when will I get my stuff back?” she asked.

Full Article and Source:
Complaints Lead to Susgested Changes in Conservatorship Law

TN: Danny Tate, In Court-Ordered Hell

January 23, 2013

It was [over ]five years ago  that David E. Tate, Petitioner, along with notorious attorney Paul T. Housch, entered “Judge” Randy Kennedy’s court to conduct an “emergency” Ex Parte hearing “petitioning” the court for a conservatorship over brother John Daniel “Danny” Tate. With nothing but grossly perjured hearsay testimony, Kennedy “glad to do it” entered orders of conservatorship, administered the fiduciary oath to David E. Tate and ordered Danny Tate’s Vanguard account seized.

 
No evidence whatsoever was presented:
1. No medical evidence
2. No financial evidence
3. No crime(s)
4. No 911 reports
5. No complaints from the neighbors
6. NOTHING

 

Source:
Five Year “Anniversary” of Court-Ordered Hell

See Also:
Danny Tate’s Home Auctioned Off to His Former Lawyer!

Five Year "Anniversary" of Court-Ordered Hell

October 24, 2012

It was five years ago today that David E. Tate, Petitioner, along with notorious attorney Paul T. Housch, entered “Judge” Randy Kennedy’s court to conduct an “emergency” Ex Parte hearing “petitioning” the court for a conservatorship over brother John Daniel “Danny” Tate. With nothing but grossly perjured hearsay testimony, Kennedy “glad to do it” entered orders of conservatorship, administered the fiduciary oath to David E. Tate and ordered Danny Tate’s Vanguard account seized.

 
No evidence whatsoever was presented:
1. No medical evidence
2. No financial evidence
3. No crime(s)
4. No 911 reports
5. No complaints from the neighbors
6. NOTHING

Source:
Pauper vs Probate: October 23, 2007 Ex Parte Hearing 5 Year Anniversary

See Also:
Danny Tate’s Home Auctioned Off to His Former Lawyer!